Dawn Witzke

Game of Thrones Travel Edition

I’m finally back from Dragon Con after a continual bout of mishaps. I will be posting pictures and notes all the rest of this week. First up is my travel mishaps. Okay, nobody actually died, but I wouldn’t have been surprised if they had. I left Sioux City on time and all was going well
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I Am Off To DragonCon

By the time normal people see this post, I will be on my way to Atlanta, GA for DragonCon. I will be meeting up with one of my editors and a bunch of writers from Superversive Press. And who knows who else. I’m hoping to make some new connections while there. Plus, take lots of
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Final Countdown to Dragon Awards

Voting in the Dragon Awards ends in 3 days…that’s September 1st in case I counted wrong. If you haven’t registered to vote, you’re probably too late. But, if you’ve got that ballot sitting in your inbox waiting to be filled out, do it now. Don’t wait until the last minute. Yeah, yeah…I know. I need
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The History Behind Path of Angels

Path of Angels has it’s roots in history. For the past 2000 years there have been emperors, kings, queens, dictators, religious leaders and government regimes who have tried to stamp out Catholicism by force. When doing research for my trilogy, I didn’t get too hung up on specific people, places or dates. I was looking
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Do You Want To Sell Books? Get Excited!

You’ve probably heard that excitement is contagious. It’s true. Marketers know this. That’s why infomercial salesmen are loud and bouncy. That’s why when a band or movement or whatever want to drum up excitement, they show groups of people excited. Being excited gets others excited. According to psychology, excited people are more likely to act.
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One Page Podcast: Blood of Invidia by Tom Tinney & Morgen Batten

Galaxy conquering Vampires, Shape Shifting Warriors, Yakuza Ninjas and Gray-Skinned visitors. Aliens, Vampires and Werewolves…Oh, my! These aren’t cute candy eating extraterrestrials, or your sparkly Tweens Vampires. It’s time for you to run (and your little dog too!) 10,000 years ago, a majestic race of beings waged war across our galaxy. They were the Invidians
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Critiques And Reviews

I’ve been oh so busy trying to finish up a number of projects. Of course, all I want to do is sleep for a week, I’m so tired. That isn’t going to happen anytime soon though. Along with writing there is the necessity of critiques and reviews. I always get a kick out of critiques,
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